The upcoming Jewar Airport will be officially named as Noida International Airport. Located at Jewar in Greater Noida, the contract to construct and operate this airport has been given to the Zurich Airport International AG (ZAIA) by the Uttar Pradesh government.
According to the TOI, the state government has also shared the official logo of Noida International Airport which is a symbol depicting a Sarus Crane, the state birds of Uttar Pradesh, flying in the air.
As per an official statement issued by the state government, the airport logo reiterates the vision of Noida International Airport to be the leading airport in India in terms of quality, technology, efficiency and an ideal example of sustainable infrastructure and operations, offering a praiseworthy experience to all customer groups.
The airport will be built in the next four years in the first phase. Reportedly, it will have a capacity to handle 12 million passengers every year in the beginning. There will be two runways at the airport to begin with, but three more will be added to it in the later phases of development. The government has allocated about INR 30000 crore for the construction of Noida International Airport.
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